End of Tenancy Cleaning Lambeth

Both tenants and landlords can take advantage of our professional end of tenancy cleaning in Lambeth, SW8. We’ve been in the cleaning business for many years and our end of tenancy cleaning service is known for being one of the most efficient and affordable in entire London. Through the years we have worked with hundreds of tenants and landlords, and so far we have never disappointed them, so we are absolutely sure that we have what it takes to tackle the most complicated end of tenancy cleaning job.

We are always happy to work with new clients, so don’t hesitate to give us a call if you want to take advantage of the best end of tenancy cleaning solution in Greater London. If you are a tenant, then we’ll gladly help you get your security deposit back by preparing your home for the landlord’s inspection.

End of Tenancy Cleaning Prices
Studio Flat from £89
One Bedroom Flat from £145
Two Bedroom Flat from £165
Three Bedroom Flat from £189

There is no doubt that the companies, capable of making a neglected house sparkling clean are few. Thanks for helping me and doing the moving out cleaning.
– Tynisha

My rented apartment was wonderfully clean and looking like new, after your cleaning staff did the end of tenancy cleaning, I ordered.
– Bailey

And if you are a landlord, we’ll be more than happy to prepare your property for the tenants who are about to move in. Our end of tenancy cleaning in Lambeth is carried out according the highest standards, by a team of trained cleaning specialists who have been in this business for years. They have completed hundreds of end of tenancy cleaning jobs, so you can be sure that they have the experience and skills to meet your expectations.

I couldn't manage with all the end of tenancy cleaning chores alone, so I asked my friends to recommend me a professional cleaning company. I can now say that all the superlatives I've hear about you weren't just talking. Great job and thanks a lot!

We should add that our cleaning solution is flexible! This means that you can include or exclude different cleaning tasks from it in order to create a personalized cleaning package that will fully fit your requirements and budget. This unique opportunity isn’t offered by many contractors, so if you are looking for value for money, then we are the best choice.

So instead of spending hours scrubbing, washing and dusting, just to find out that your efforts were useless, you can just give us a call and book our professional end of tenancy cleaning service. We are ready to carry out planned and emergency cleanings, so feel free to call us at any time. Some of the cleaning jobs included in our end of tenancy cleaning package are:

  • Cleaning the inside of windows
  • Cleaning doors
  • Cleaning mirrors and pictures
  • Mopping/vacuuming/washing floors
  • Cleaning the inside/out of storage units
  • Cleaning kitchen appliances
  • Cleaning and disinfecting the toilet
  • Cleaning and de-greasing kitchen tiles
  • Cleaning the bathtub, shower, sinks, taps and showerhead

About Lambeth

Lambeth is one of the districts in the Central London with Charring Cross located 1.6km to the Northwest of it. Waterloo tube station, Lambeth North tube station and Southwark tube station provide adequate connectivity with London Underground Network to Lambeth. Waterloo has a rail station too.

The earliest record of the word that refers to Lambeth date back to 1062 and the recorded word is Lambehitha. The exact word Lambeth was recorded more than a couple of centuries later in 1255. The word was the name of a dock where lambs were shipped to or from.

The word is formed by the amalgamation of lamb and hythe of Old English. The closest reference to the term South Lambeth that could be found is sutlamehethe, which was recorded in 1241. The name of Lower Marsh Street is derived from Lambeth Marshe, which was a marshland that was drained for the construction of the street. The locality around Lower Marsh Street and Waterloo railway station came to be known as Waterloo after the establishment of latter in the region.

Lambeth Palace is on the opposite of Palace of Westmister across River Thames. Lambeth used to be a marshland until first half of 18th century, after which the inauguration of Westminster, Blackfriars and Vauxhall Bridges in succession led to development of important thoroughfares such as Camberwell New Road, Kennington Road and Westminster Bridge Road. The progress of Lambeth towards urban development has been the result of those early constructions.